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coming and that was a turning point in the sit-in movement in huntsville alabama and within a few months of the outcome of the negotiated in non-violent desegregation of public accommodations, two full years before the civil rights act, before the water hoses in birmingham. >> did it help that huntsville was an educated city that there was in northern alabama. did that make a difference? >> what helped i think more than anything is that huntsville tied itself to the industry and there were coming you know, there were a lot of people, a lot of engineers and scientists descended on alabama, and the city wanted to diaz's seagate itself and that helped them to negotiate this quietly. so yes, from the beginning -- my parents were civil rights activists and after the voting civil rights act passes then they turn to politics. i grew up licking stamps from the national democratic party. i have memories my father ran for governor against george wallace in 1970 and i have th
miklaszewski, has our report from huntsville, alabama. >> reporter: for now, the tank and armored vehicle repair lines at anniston army depot in alabama are humming. but the line workers are fuming. >> it's affecting me mentally. it's stressing me out. i'm a single parent. and i'm the sole provider for them. so it's going to be hard. >> reporter: the army predicts that depot's budget will be cut by $710 million, more than 3,000 civilian defense workers would take a 20% pay cut. 370 temporaries would lose their jobs. >> i can't pay my bills, i lose my house, i have to get a second job to try to pay for my stuff that i've already acquired. >> at red stone arsenal in huntsville, nearly 21,000 government workers will also take a pay cut. 16,000 private contractors could face cutbacks. deep cuts could red stone would be devastating to the city of huntsville. >> it clearly has an impact on the local economy. red stone arsenal is the primary economic engine for north alabama. >> reporter: huntsville mayor, tommy battle, says the political squabbling and uncertainty in washington has already brou
. >>> this next one comes to us from wafs in huntsville, alabama. one little boy is shedding bright hope on a dark topic. 7-year-old john murray jr. was with his mom in an army facility where he noticed posters about suicide prevention. after learning what they meant, he launched his own campaign. the message is clear, anyone who wants help will get it. they just have to ask. bright kid. i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> well, no one is keeping a closer eye on the countdown to the 2014 winter olympics than sochi, russia. the town is buzzing with the sound of construction as crews put together the remarkable stadiums and venues for winter sports. costs are already over $50 billion, four times the 2007 estimates. some venues are complete and ready for their trial runs on ice. they have the cold weather to do it right now. >>> and auction in france seemed tailored for car enthusiasts and history buffs alike. cars and bikes filled the famed pierre hall in paris. this plane may seem familiar to film fans. the famed yellow plane fr
comes to us from wafs in huntsville, alabama. 7-year-old jean-marie jr. was with his mom when he noticed posters about suicide prevention. after learning what they meant, he launched his own campaign. the message is clear, anyone who wants help will get it. they just have to ask. >> i'm mara schiavocampo, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. we're off to a quiet start on this thursday. it is colder than yesterday. 21 in parkton. 26 in easton. increasing clouds or a mixture of sun and clouds. more clouds this afternoon. high temperature between 37 and 42 degrees. >> thank you. 4:56. details in some rallies in annapolis. >> a bizarre incident at an anne arundel county school. a man is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. >> michael jackson is convicted in the death of phylicia barnes -- michael johnson. >> we are [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-
'o is on the list. there you go. >>> this next one comes to us from wafs in huntsville, alabama. 7-year-old jean-marie jr. was with his mom when he noticed posters about suicide prevention. after learning what they meant, he launched his own campaign. the message is clear, anyone who wants help will get it. they just have to ask. >> i'm mara schiavocampo, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. [ male announcer ] want to make a great car interior? stop looking at car interiors. get inspired by other stuff. yep. yep. ok. sure. why not? woah. touchscreens. put that in your dash. now, luxury stuff. make your seats like that. that thing has wifi, why doesn't your car? you can't do that. ignore that guy. give it wifi. yes! make it fit 5 people. no, 5 actual sized people. give them leg room, good. destroy boring car interiors forever. and that's how you do it. easy. ♪ >>> we will see major weather changes headed our way in the next 24 hours. a live look outside. dry now. what kind of winter weather can we expect? storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is
, that explosion coming as firefighters try to contain a massive house fire near huntsville. crews say an oxygen tank inside the home rushed. the homeowner was cooking when a grease fire started. all 6 people inside managed to get out safely. >> florida, the python challenge officially in the history book. hunters bagging nearly 70 of the ber mes pythons. they signed up for the month long competition. >> a lot of people don't realize covered millions of acres of land in the florida everglades. >> the grand prize winner taking home $1,500 for the largest snake coming in at 14 feet long. >> they eat small mammals they eat anything they can catch depending on the size of the snake. so they are out there eating our native species. >> wildlife officials calling the hunt a big success. >> texas, a high school student with special needs achieving a dream and sinking the shock of his life. manager nickel marcus spent three years on the bench until his coach let him suit up for the final game of the season. the crowd went wild before he got on the court but his final shot didn't fall. that's when somethi
huntsville, alabama... ...and a research chemist, originally from charlotte, north carolina... the host of "jeopardhere is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! k you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. and welcome. last week, we got our tournament of champions off to a great start. three winners are waiting in the wings to come back later this week to play in the semifinals, and, of course, one week from today, we have the first day of our two-match finals, in which the winner goes home with $250,000. so, dan, kristin, and keith, a great deal at stake for you, as you know. but good luck. o work now in this quarterfinal match. here are the categories. first off... i don't know. you have an "imp"ish category to deal with. of course. alex: keith, you start us. let's do micro for $200, pl. dan. what you are right.eriodic table? nationalities?, $200. dan. what is chinese checkers? correct. nationalities?, $400. kristin? what is russian roulette? you are right. literary terms for $200, please. keith. what are letters? correct. micro for $400. n. what is alaska? you're right.
for nasa from huntsville, alabama... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you very much, and welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the first of our semifinal matches in this year's ment of champions. i'll give the players the good news. two of you are guaranteed at least $10,000 just for playing the game today. tourna but the third one -- the winner of this match -- gets to come back on monday and tuesday of next week to play for a quarter-million dollars. so good luck. here we go. the categories for the first round today... each correct response will begin with the letter "a" and end with a "c." alex: kristin, you get to start. let's start with etiquette for $200. jason. what is a calling card? you're right. " to "c" for $200. dave. what is apathetic? that's it. "a literature, $200. dave. what is the white whale? you got it. literature for $400. dave. what is afoot? that's right. lit for $600. kristin. who is jacob marley? yes. etiquette for $400.
charlotte, north carolina... ...a strategic analyst for nasa from huntsville, alabama... ...and a high-school world-history teacher from chicago, illinois... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. [ chee applause ] welcome aboard. today -- the first half of our championship. we're gonna start the week off by talking about money. there's a $50,000 guarantee for a third-place finish, a $100,000 guarantee for a second-place finish, and $250,000 for our tournament of champions winner. colby, kristin, and keith, you've all been very impressive so far. but now, yeah -- we're getting down to it. let's go to work in the jeopardy! round, shall we? here are the categories. colby, you pick first from... and finally... nelson mandela -- one of the greatest men of our t from the scenes of his low points and his triumphs. alex: colby, you start. let's go with nelson mandela, $200. ime alex: colby, you start. sarah, start. let's go with nelson mandela, $200. during his long imprisonment here on robben island, nelson mandela began se
strategic analyst for nasa from huntsville, alabama... ...and a high-school world-history teacher from chicagonois... and now here is the host of jeopardy! -- alex trebek! . i have said this before on the program. if you're doing well in a game and are lucky enough to hit the daily doubles and respon if rrecd wager a lot and respond correctly, lot of ground.u can make up and are lucky enough to ha lot of ground.bles can kristin and keith make up the ground? we're gonna find out in this half-hour. good luck to all three of you. colby, you pick first from theegories in the jeopardy! round. alex: colby. 1870s show, $200. kristin. who is ibsen? you are right. facts & figures for $200. keith. what's a chihuahua? right. facts & figures for $400. keith. what's chicken pox? right. facts for $600. keith. what's luxembourg? good. $800, facts. kristin. what is wharton? wharton. correct.
go. top five teams. the national winner i should say. huntsville alabama will be announced this afternoon. and nate will tweet it himself. back to you in the studio. >> congratulations to our local group. thank you so much. how exciting. talk about being a trend setter and driven. our next guest began her journey in the fashion industry at the age of 18 and she quickly launched her own successful handbag collection. i'm talking about you. >> hi, allison. >> this is designer daniel. it's called daniel nicole . fashion istas on a budget. >> i'm so happy to be here and share with you my spring summer 13 collection. >> there are folks out there and they are like how do i break into the business. what has been the secret to your success so far? >> i always tell start up designers it's hard work and determination. so you got to make your own goods. if you are a clothing or bags or shoes, making your product and selling it. that's the best way to start off in the business. >> and you now though can pick up one of these beautiful handbags at nordstrom and macy's. daniel is a maryl
as firefighters tried to contain a massive house fire near huntsville. none of them hurt. crews say an oxygen tank inside the home run turd and the fire marshal saying the home owner was cooking when a grease fire started. florida state's python challenge officially in the boo bagging nearly 70 of the burmese pythons. >> this hunt, a lot of people don't realize, covered millions of acres of land in the florida everglades. >> the grand prize winner taking home $1500 for the largest snake coming in at more than 14 feet long. >> and they eat small mammals, anything they can catch depending on the size of the snake. so, when they're out there eating our native species. >> wild life officials calling the hunt a big success. texas, a high school student with special needs achieving a dream and taking a shot at this life. team manager spent three years on the bench before the coach let him sign up for the final season and the crowd went wild on the court, but his final shot didn't fall. and that's when something amazing happened. the opposing team giving him another chance. >> i was very down and only se
to companies they found on the internet. we found a company that responded in huntsville, alabama. now, we're here because you ended up selling one of your devices to iran. >> by accident, certainly. >> lynn leaper is the ceo of az technology, which makes aerospace testing equipment. she sold kakavand this spectroreflectometer, a device with various uses, including, the government says, enhancing the capability of long range missiles. she says kakavand's trading company lied to her in their emails. >> we asked who the end user was, which is one of the questions on-- >> the end user. >> right. >> yeah. oh, did they tell you it was going to iran? >> they said it was going to malaysian telekom. >> did that make any sense? >> yeah, actually it's a reasonable request. >> so she sold it for $95,000, and off it went to kuala lumpur. we know actually from the indictment of mr. kakavand that he had arranged for your product to be flown via iran air. >> [chuckling] >> right into tehran. do you know even know who the actual recipient of it was? >> in the indictments, there were two companies listed.
in alabama is hoping to save lives with a simple message. affiliate waff in huntsville with the story. >> reporter: 7-year-old john murray, jr., simple outreach started as he and his mom in grid were reading random messages on the walls of their local army medical center. >> we were playing a game saying every word we saw. >> reporter: john spotted some special posters with an unfamiliar word on them. >> i asked mom what's that. she started walking first. >> my first thought was, let's keep on walking through the waiting room like i didn't hear it. >> finally she bent down and said that word is suicide, and it's when someone takes their own life. >> reporter: his mother's explanation prompted john, jr., to dedicate his own message to troubled u.s. soldiers and veterans using post it notes. he simply wrote, "ask for help." >> when they don't have any broken arms or legs and no blood, you can't see the sadness inside them. >> but they still need help. >> they do. >> so what should they do? >> ask for help. >> the 7-year-old could not have put it better. >> aler from john's mother reads
, washington, and i live the other half in huntsville, alabama. so living in these two places and seeing the vast differences in the educational levels and the way that people perceive voting and the right to vote and then asking them in the black community -- because i am an american negro, and i am not accepted in the black community because i like to be called a negro. and that is part of the discrimination that are objectifying the american people. point blank. it took me a while to learn that. i didn't understand being raised in illinois what the problem in the south was and their whole issue with the racism things until i actually moved to huntsville. when i got there it was like the naacp -- and please don't cut me off and i am serious. i am looking at my notes. the naacp was very, very pressed to keep pointing out how the white men was suppressing the black man and when i posed the question -- well, is anybody out there really educating the black community? are you taking dictionaries with you to these meetings because a lot of the people don't understand the words being utilized
in huntsville, alabama. a community he loved very much. julian started davidson technologies in 1996 with just two employees. julian davidson emerged as a leading figure in the tennessee valley and believed if everyone worked for the betterment of the community, regardless of personal gain, everyone benefited. julian sought to leave our community and country better than he found it and he did that. julian davidson is a former chairman of the air force studies board of the national research council, member of the defense sciences board, and vice chairman of the technology assessment committee of the united states -- united space command, for national research council. julian davidson twice received the army exceptional civilian service award. he has received the air force meritorious civilian service award, the nba pioneer award -- m.b.a. pioneer award, he's a member of the employee hall of fame, united technology hall of fame, and was with auburn alumni engineering council. his impact on america is enormous. he is known by many as the father of missile defense in america. julian davidson is su
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